Man United: Was Rooney, De Gea Or Januzaj Our Player of the Year?

We all knew we'd struggle without Fergie, but no one expected it to be this bad...
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We all knew we'd struggle without Fergie, but no one expected it to be this bad...

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Man United: Was Rooney, Januzaj, Or De Gea Our Player of the Year?

What’s going right?

Our preparation for our next regime seems to have been handled better than it was to appoint our last manager. Players have been identified for the next transfer window and we are likely to push the boat out to sign them instead of haggling over a fee.

What’s not?

The whole season did not go right.

Got the right manager?

We didn't get the correct manager, but he was brought into a situation that was akin to a mansion built on quicksand.

Star player? 

It's between Wayne Rooney, Adnan Januzaj and David de Gea. De Gea gets it because of the other two losing form in the second half of the season, whilst the Spanish goalkeeper was consistently great throughout.

Who would you like to sell in the summer? 

Rio Ferdinand, Marouane Fellaini, Tom Cleverley, Anderson, Antonio Valencia, Ashley Young, Patrice Evra.

Who do you want to sign?

Luke Shaw, William Carvalho, Antonie Griezmann and Toni Kroos.

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Best chant so far? 

"I want to tell you, I might as well do, about a boy who can do anything, He comes from Belgium, his name is Adnan, Januzaj! Januzaj! Januzaj!"

Best opposition player/team you’ve seen?

Yohan Cabaye for Newcastle. Both Manchester City performances against us this year.

Biggest w***** of the season?

Rio Ferdinand. Put Moyes under as much pressure as possible as soon as he walked through the door. Also, he's just generally a massive twat.

Funniest Moment of the season? 

Moyes photobombing a spectator's picture during the 4-0 League Cup win over Norwich City.

Next season's prediction?

With the huge changes we're set to undergo, and the new playing philosophy that is seemingly going to be implemented, I expect us to push for a top four place but not mount a significant title challenge.

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